Monthly Archives: December 2014

Do We Have the Original Text? Some Optimism in Textual Criticism | Michael J. Kruger

Mike Kruger’s closing words in this article: Although we can acknowledge that absolute certainty about every single variant is unattainable, we can also acknowledge that absolute certainty is not necessary.  We can recover a text so very close to the … Continue reading

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Were the New Testament translations corrupted? – William Lane Craig

Were the New Testament translations corrupted? – YouTube.

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Why You Can Trust Your Bible | Justin Holcomb

Excerpt: The earliest manuscripts of the works of first-century historians such as Josephus, Tacitus, and Suetonius are dated from the 9th to 11th centuries—more than 800 years after the originals were written. In terms of the number of surviving manuscripts, … Continue reading

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